We arrived at Nachi Falls in mostly cloudy conditions and walked our ways up to the falls. I have a long series of shots from when I first arrived at this position. The first thing I had to do was wander around and find the rt spot to take the shot. After about 20 mins I found one spot (and there literally is only one spot) where you can capture the temple and have it line up perfectly parallel and at the same levels as the falls. I stood there for awhile (in the rain) and saw that some clouds were a distance always but over to the right of the shot. I thought - maybe I will get very lucky today. And then about 5 mins later the clouds magically all rolled right into position. The rain was coming down, I had my raincoat off and just draped it over the camera and proceeded to capture as many shots of the composition as I could before the clouds completely rolled in. Photo © copyright by Rich Voninski.